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American Century, Downtown Providence: 20th Century
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in American Century (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing), 128 page(s),
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The twentieth century can truly be said to have been America's century. As a nation reached a position of world leader, her towns and cities changed at an unprecedented pace. With the approach to the millennium, the topic of change is on everyone's mind—how our communities and lifestyles have changed over the pa...
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Augusta
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in Black America (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2004), 128 page(s),
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Filled with remarkable vintage photographs, Black America: Augusta, Georgia captures the essence of the African-American heritage in this historic Southern community. The Garden City has produced a wide variety of intellectual and political pioneers, including a handful of educators who were instrumental in the pi...
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Black America, Madison County
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Known as the "Land Between Two Rivers," Madison County is situated between the Pearl River to the east and the Big Black River to the west. It was created in 1828, and African slaves were among its earliest settlers. As the county grew, the African-American society began to create roots in this region, and their l...
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in Campus History (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2008), 128 page(s),
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Campus History, Bethany College
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Harbored in the halls of ivy-covered buildings, the rich history of Bethany College has inspired thousands of students to pursue higher education amidst the scenic Allegheny foothills. Those who have studied here have come to find that this picturesque, 1,600-acre campus has provided them with more than just a dip...
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Campus History, Burke High School: 1894-2006
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In 1911, the Charleston Colored Industrial School opened its doors to 375 African American boys and girls, making it the first public high school for African Americans in the city of Charleston. Throughout the years, there have been several public high schools in the city that educated African American students. H...
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Campus History, Carson-Newman College
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Carson-Newman, a private, Christian liberal arts university, is located in Jefferson City, Tennessee, approximately 25 miles east of Knoxville. In the early 1840s, a number of Baptist leaders desired to offer better-prepared ministers to area congregations. Afforded the use of a local Baptist church building, Moss...
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Central Michigan University
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From a humble 1892 beginning upstairs over a downtown store in the village of Mount Pleasant to the fourth-largest university in the state, Central Michigan University’s growth is tribute to the determination of visionaries who saw the Lower Michigan crossroads town as a potential home to a world-class learning...
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Campus History, Christopher Newport University
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Opened in 1961 as an extension of the College of William and Mary in Virginia, Christopher Newport University (CNU) had humble origins in an abandoned downtown Newport News public school. Located in historic Hampton Roads, the institution was named for the 17th-century English mariner who helped establish the Jame...
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